User Rating: Excellent
Ease of Use:
Pros:Fully reclining, small, light and easy to travel with!
Cons:Under-seat storage area is not easily accessible
The Bottom Line: Wow: A lightweight, folding and easy to travel with FULLY RECLINING stroller that maneuvers well! If you're going to get a lightweight stroller, this is the one for you.
We bought this stroller after borrowing it from a friend for a vacation, despite the fact that we have both a full size reclining stroller and an umbrella stroller!
Recommend this product?
With the reclining feature, the fold-ability and carry with a backpack-like strap, a good sized child cup holder, four-wheel brakes and a small under-seat cargo area, this is the best small sized stroller out there!
The stroller folds smaller than a traditional umbrella stroller and is much easier to carry when not in use (down airplane ramps, for example). It folds easily, too. When in the folded position there are really no things to be broken off during rough handling during travel (we lost a brake on our large stroller and the parent tray, too!).
The steering and smoothness of ride is much different than a traditional stroller but we find it better than the average umbrella strollers out there. It's not unsmooth but at times the front wheels become hard to engage and turn. I find that without a "kick bar" at the back it's more difficult to get up/down curbs and inclines.
The ONLY drawback that I find: the under-seat storage area is not easily used. Due to the fold in half feature for compact storage, the bars for the frame/wheels go right through the middle of the storage area! We were able to put a small (6-pack sized) soft-sided cooler in there without wheel interference but that's about it. We got around this by purchasing a set of cheap stroller hooks for the handle area.
My son often asks for a ride when he sees the stroller in the garage! I'd recommend it as any alternative to a full sized stroller!
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Amount Paid (US$): 60
Age Range of Child: 12 to 36 Months